SRI Sarnoff wins U.S. Army contract to streamline Force Protection System Delivery Orders

PRINCETON, N.J., 20 Sept. 2011. SRI International Sarnoff won from the U.S. Army Research Development and Engineering Command (RDECOM) Natick Contracting Division a Force Protection Systems indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity (IDIQ) contract. The multi-award contract, with a three-year base and two-year option, has a potential maximum ceiling of $997 million over the complete five-year program. SRI and the SRI-led team will compete on delivery orders to supply Force Protection Systems—including variety of security, surveillance, and reconnaissance systems, and ancillary services, such as training, installation, set-up, and maintenance—to armed forces and coalition partners in the integrated defense of military bases in the U.S. and abroad.

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PRINCETON, N.J., 20 Sept. 2011. SRI International Sarnoff won from the U.S. Army Research Development and Engineering Command (RDECOM) Natick Contracting Division a Force Protection Systems indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity (IDIQ) contract. The multi-award contract, with a three-year base and two-year option, has a potential maximum ceiling of $997 million over the complete five-year program. SRI and the SRI-led team will compete on delivery orders to supply Force Protection Systems—including variety of security, surveillance, and reconnaissance systems, and ancillary services, such as training, installation, set-up, and maintenance—to armed forces and coalition partners in the integrated defense of military bases in the U.S. and abroad.

"As a prime contractor to the U.S. Army, SRI Sarnoff and our strong team of partners will deliver on our collective expertise to safeguard American troops through battle-tested integrated force protection systems," explains Mark Clifton, vice president of products and services at SRI Sarnoff. "The team will build on our broad experience to address existing and emerging requirements such as persistent surveillance, intrusion and explosion detection, access control, entry denial, and autonomous unmanned systems."

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